Sociology & Anthropology
Courses in the Department are designed to facilitate an understanding and appreciation of social and cultural life, its order, its functions, its evolution, some of its major problems, as well as foster an understanding and appreciation of the ways of organizing information in the social sciences.
Students who major in sociology and anthropology may qualify for and are encouraged to pursue graduate studies in sociology, anthropology, human services, criminal justice, law, or related fields, leading to careers in teaching, sociocultural research, health care, federal, state and local agencies, group work, community organization and law.
|Patric Giesler||Associate Professor (Chair)||507-933-7430|
|Elizabeth Jenner||Associate Professor||507-933-7427|
|Suzanne Wilson||Associate Professor||507-933-7426|
|Annika Ericksen||Assistant Professor||507-933-7428|
|Naomi Larsen||Visiting Assistant Professor||507-933-7425|
|Nicole Goebel||Administrative Assistant||507-933-7413|
|Richard Hilbert||Professor Emeritus|